The Riverbed Blog (testing)

A blog in search of a tagline

So Good it’s Spooky

Posted by riverbedtest on October 19, 2009


Ever feel like you’re lost in the wilderness on a dark and stormy
night?  Are you wondering what’s going to
jump out and bite you?  Who knows what
terrors lurk just ahead?


All kinds of eerie threats loom in the dark for the
unwitting IT professional.  Luckily,
Riverbed has got your back and will bail you out of all kinds of IT scares with
the introduction of RiOS 6.0 just in time for Halloween.


Speed away from client performance vampires with new magic
offering huge improvements for Citrix virtual desktops, Mac clients for file
sharing, Oracle and other web-based applications.


Scale up to conquer the DR bottlenecked goblins with new
powers to dynamically adapt your data streamlining to suit the workload and
environment, giving you top throughput and best bandwidth optimization, even
for the biggest data protection requirements.


Simplify the fight with management complexity gremlins with
new sorcery showing both optimization and pass-through traffic.  You can also easily integrate with your
network and management tools, and quickly set up the security features you
require to keep you safe.


Select your weapons against the rising branch server ghouls
with the Riverbed Services Platform, now including a watchdog to guard against
virtual machine failure and flexibility to grow virtual disks or deploy


Whatever you fear, Riverbed is here for you with RiOS
6.0.  We’ll get you through the darkest
hours.  The rest is all fun and candy.

Read more about RiOS 6.0 features here.

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